You can copy Microsoft Teams to and from Microsoft 365.
Note: Copy Teams comes with a few restrictions. We recommend that you read the Copy Teams limitations article before your run a Teams migration.
- The Azure ShareGate Desktop application is consented on your tenant.
- You have Global admin or SharePoint admin permissions.
- You also have Team admin permissions if you do not have Global admin permissions.
- You have a valid Teams license for the source and destination.
- You have logged into Teams at least once (in browser or in the Teams app) to have access to hosted content.
- Click Copy in the menu at the left.
- Click Copy teams.
- Select your source tenant in the left corner if it is already connected.
- Click No connections then + Add connection to connect to your source tenant if it is not already connected.
- Select a Team if you want to copy all of its channels.
- Click on the arrow symbol at the left of your team's icon to expand your team if you want to select specific channels only.
Note: You can select multiple teams and specific channels to copy.
- Click .
- Select your destination tenant if it is already connected.
- Click +Add connection and connect to your destination tenant if it is not already connected.
- Click to map users.
- Click the pen icon that appears when you hover a Team to rename it or some if its channels for the destination.
- Select Copy as a new team to migrate your selected team and channels as a new team in the destination.
- Select Copy channels in an existing team to migrate your channels to a team in the destination.
- When you select Copy channels in an existing team, search and select the destination team in the dropdown that appears.
- Click to migrate your Team(s).
- Click to migrate your Team(s) at a later time.
- When you start the copy right away, you will be taken to the task summary page where you will be able to monitor the progress of the migration.
- Once the action is completed, the migration report will show any successes, warning, or errors. See Migration Report for more details.
Note: When you migrate a private channel with the Teams app opened on your machine, you might notice that the members and owners appear to be missing in the destination. You can select the Files tab in your private channel after the migration to refresh your owners and members.
When you migrate a private channel into a private team the first time, the app will ask you if you want to never add private channel members or always add private channel members. You can revert that selection at any time. Click the Membership button that appears in the top right portion of the Destination and options screen to change that option.
It is not possible to run an incremental migration of your team channels at the moment. You can only remigrate a team channel if you rename and duplicate it.
To perform the incremental update of your content, use Copy content, connect to the site collections attached to your source and destination teams, and select Copy if newer (Incremental) in your copy options.